1098T NEWS - 1098T will be printed approximately by January 26th and will be in the mail by the following week. Students can view their 1098Ts online via mavlink. Please click here for instructions on how to view your 1098T online.
Please note: the Cashiering/Student Accounts staff are not tax advisors and therefore cannot provide any assistance on how to use this form. We can only provide you with information about what we are required to report on the 1098T. Please consult your tax preparer for any 1098T tax related questions.
If you do have questions with the information on your 1098T, please submit a request form and we will respond in a timely manner. Thank you!
For US Citizens, your SSN is required to process a 1098T. Please stop by the Registrar's office and show your SSN card to update our records. Reminder emails have been sent to the accounts of the students without a SSN on file. Non US citizens that have an Individual Taxpayer ID Number can also submit those to the Registrar's office and can be used to process a 1098T.
Thank you for your interest in the Non-resident tuition credit offered to Nebraska taxpayers. The following is a summary of the credit and its application process.
The University of Nebraska will generate and mail 1098T forms to all students who were enrolled during the Tax Year that just ended. The forms will be mailed by January 31st to the student's permanent address unless a billing address has been specified.
Per IRS regulations, institutions must select whether they will report qualified payments received in box 1, or qualified tuition and fees billed in box 2 of the 1098T form. The University has elected to report based on qualified tuition and fees billed, and therefore completes box 2 of the 1098T form.
Box 2 will show the qualified tuition and fees, less any related reductions in charges that were billed during the tax year. The amount in box 2 may represent an amount other than the amount actually paid during the tax year against the appropriate charges. Please consult the IRS publications listed above and your tax advisor for help in determining amounts you may be able to claim.
Box 5 will show all qualified scholarships and grants that appeared on your billing statement for those terms during the tax year.
1098T Summary and Detail information can be viewed online via MavLINK. Please click here for
instructions on how to view your 1098T online.
If you have questions regarding the information on your 1098T, please click here to submit a request form. You will receive a response within 2-3 business days. Thank you.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha cannot provide tax advice. Each student and/or their parents must determine eligibility for the tuition and fees deduction or one of the education credits (American Opportunity Credit, Hope or Lifetime Learning Credit).
For information on the education tax credits and deductions, you may check the following resources which can be found at http://www.irs.gov or contact the IRS for telephone assistance, including requesting forms and publications, at 1-800-829-1040.
Publication 970 (PDF), Tax Benefits for Higher Education
Form 8863 and Instructions (PDF), Education Credits (American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Credits)
The 1098E form verifies the amount of interest paid on student loans. The form will be mailed from your student loan lender. If you received a Federal Perkins Loan from UNO and paid interest on your loan during the Tax Year just ended, then you will receive a 1098E form from our billing service, AMS Servicing Group (AMS). Keep in mind that the 1098E form from AMS will reflect only the interest paid on your Perkins Loan from UNO. It is possible that you will receive several 1098E forms - - one from each of your student loan lenders.